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Good: Plenty of kit as standard. Quirky looks.
Bad: Noisy engine. Interior feels cheap compared to the Volkswagen Up. Not much space. Steering wheel doesn't adjust for reach.
Good: Larger Camry hybrid replaces Avensis in Toyota range. 2.5 176HP petrol engine + 120HP electric motor gives 215HP full system power. TNGA platform. Prices from £29,995. Looks very good on SE Asia streets. TNGA platform gives excellent combination of ride and handling.
Bad: Arriving UK Summer 2019. Unlike the Ford Mondeo Vignale hybrid there is no Toyota Camry hybrid estate.
Good: Outstanding ride, road holding and handling. A pleasure to drive. 1.2 petrol or 1.8 hybrid. Solid build quality.
Bad: Rear headroom is tight for adults. Rear seats don't fold flat. Hybrid isn't as fun to drive as the 1.2 manual. No diesel engines.
Good: Far better to drive than the Auris. Hybrid models are very efficient. Interior feels upmarket. Plenty of equipment as standard.
Bad: Not as practical as rivals. No diesel option.
Good: Corolla Touring Sports replaced Auris Touring Sports, built on fine handling TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform. Sportier 180PS 2.0 litre hybrid offered as well as 120PS 1.8hybrid and 115PS 1.2 petrol.
Bad: No diesels.
Good: Hugely enjoyable and involving to drive. Great amounts of grip and superb handling. Free-revving 2.0-litre non-turbo engine produces 200PS. Low rev torque improves for 2017 MY.
Bad: Cabin lacking in quality. Not suited to sitting in busy traffic. Poor torque up to 2016.
Good: Large and useable load area. Great off-road. Wide choice of body styles. 3.5 tonne towing capacity.
Bad: Not as good on the road as some of its pick-up rivals. Average fuel economy. Top spec models are expensive.
Good: Big and tough. Good off road and good for towing. Excellent reliability record. You feel invincible.
Bad: Expensive to buy and run. Old-fashioned to drive on the road. High boot floor.
Good: The first serious production hydrogen fuel cell car. Very quiet, pleasant and relaxed to drive.
Bad: Very expensive to buy at £66,000 (before any government grants).
Good: Low emissions of 70g/km. Relaxed, quiet and comfortable. Spacious cabin. Lots of safety kit as standard. TNGA platform provides excellent ride, handling and steering.
Bad: Expensive to buy new. Official fuel economy figures are unrealistic in real world driving.
Good: 30 miles of realistic pure electric range. Practical, smooth, comfortable and quiet. Well-equipped.
Bad: Thousands of pounds more than the standard Prius. Needs to be charged frequently or makes no financial sense.
Good: Hybrid only seven-seater. Low emissions of 96g/km for Icon trim. Easy to drive. Spacious interior and seven seats as standard.
Bad: Expensive compared to other MPVs. CVT gearbox not pleasant to accelerate hard, so you don't. A bigger battery would have taken it further.
Good: Easy to drive and cheap to run. Will carry up to three Euro pallets and tow 2.5 tonnes. Backed by Toyota's five-year warranty.
Bad: No high-roof option. Sliding doors feel cheap. Entry-level models don't get air con or alarm as standard.
Good: Cheap to run. Capable of carrying up to nine. Lots of interior space. Backed by Toyota's five year warranty.
Bad: Rivals are better to drive. Boot space is limited when all of the seats are in place. Some of the engines lack refinement.
Good: Efficient hybrid crossover available with two- or four-wheel drive. Spacious and robust interior. Very quiet and refined to drive.
Bad: Not everyone will like how it looks. No seven-seat option. Expensive compared to rivals like the Skoda Karoq.
Good: Return of the Supra uses a BMW-sourced 3.0-litre six-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine producing 335PS.
Bad: Only 300 for the UK in 2019 and sold out before its arrival.
Good: Enjoyable to drive. Economical engines. Spacious. Available with a smooth and economical hybrid engine.
Bad: Doesn't feel as upmarket or as plush as some rivals.
Good: Fizzy and exciting. Probably the purist hot hatch on the market.
Bad: Expensive. Drab interior. All sold out...
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